We are still rehearsing ‘Handbagged’ over ZOOM and will be ready to perform our socially distanced production as soon as it is safe to re-open the theatre. Keep your eye on the BLTin and our BLT website for further details of when tickets will be available. Photograph 51 has also been postponed until the way forward is clearer. Rehearsals are ongoing for our radio production of ‘The Trojan Women’ which will be submitted into the Kent Drama Association Festival in […]
Both actors and audience members are invited to become involved in a series of play readings which will be organised by various BLT directors and open to both people who would like to read and to people who would like to listen. There is also likely to be time to discuss the play after the reading and explore the themes presented. The deadlines to express interest vary but the EARLIEST is SUNDAY 24 JANUARY. The readings are: – Saturday January […]
April: Rights are currently being negotiated for a very new play, directed by Paul Ackroyd that first played at The Bridge Theatre in 2019 which could be an amateur premiere – certainly a socially distanced amateur premiere. Watch this space for booking and audition details. May and Beyond: It is possible that we may be able to revert to our postponed 2020 Season to full capacity audiences by the middle of May though possibly in a different order from previously […]
We have specifically chosen plays that can be staged in a way which maintains social distancing and uses the minimum of props. As our capacity is much reduced to ensure social distancing in the auditorium we have extended our run to 11 nights to give more of our members a chance to buy a ticket. HANDBAGGED by Moira Buffini, directed by Dan Armour Playing dates: Thursday 4 February to Sunday 14 February at 7-45. (performances on both Sundays) The Queen […]
We are delighted to be offering a chance for the public to visit us on Saturday 19th September as part of the Open House Festival 2020. See here for details and how to book.
We deeply regret that due to Coronavirus/Covid-19 we have taken the difficult decision to postpone the CeleBLaTion event. It will be rescheduled at a later date.
As our latest show, Strangers on a Train, opens, audiences have been gripped – see their reaction here
It started as an innocent conversation between two strangers…..see the trailer